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    Killer 29er Wheel Deals

    Snatch up a set, thought I would share

    29er WHEELS

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    those don't seem that great of deals...
    2012 Ellsworth Evolution
    x9 type 2, x0 cranks,
    fox 34 talas140mm with CC angleset -1.5

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    The WTB Frequency wheelsets look like a pretty good deal for $199; everything else is standard retail.

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    flows w/x9 seem like a good deal over retail if you don't mind minimal points of engagement

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    Seriously?

    Quote Originally Posted by BloodyRoots View Post
    those don't seem that great of deals...
    Seriously?

    All of these are 40-50% off retail....that's not that good of a deal? You must be one of those EBay tools that are so cheap it's offensive....

    Fulcrum Red Power XL Wheelset - Hammerheadbikes.com

    SRAM Rise 40 Wheelset - Hammerheadbikes.com

    SunRingle Black Flag Expert 29 - Demo - Hammerheadbikes.com

    Stans ZTR Flow X9 29er Wheelset - Hammerheadbikes.com

    SRAM Rise 60 Wheelset - Hammerheadbikes.com

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    I would pick up the Flow's if the front were 15mm, that's a screaming deal. Normally just two Flow rims are $200.

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    The X9 hubs are much cheaper than stan's (sun ringle) hubs. Despite being called "x9" they are not high end hubs. Still a decent deal, but not likely a big weight savings over stock wheels.

    The Black Flags are a good deal, comparable to Stan's Arches, They are slightly used though.

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    Thanks

    Thanks for passing along. I would love to get a set of Reynolds (or similar) carbon wheels at a deep discount. The SRAM rise 60 is close, but not tubeless ready and only 19mm inner width???

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    Colorado Cyclist had the last year Reynolds tubeless carbon wheels for $999. Not sure they have them any more, but worth a call. Great wheels.

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    Great! I got the last set of Reynolds carbon from Colorado cyclist for $999!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris V View Post
    Great! I got the last set of Reynolds carbon from Colorado cyclist for $999!
    Great wheels! I've had a set for a year and I absolutely love them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris V View Post
    Great! I got the last set of Reynolds carbon from Colorado cyclist for $999!
    Cool, I like mine.

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